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    New 2011HiFi Pro! Drivetrain to 2 x 10 question

    Got a sweet new HIFI Pro. Am running 24 - 34. Is there a better hi direct mount front der for a 2 x with middle ring between 32,34,36?
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    I have the Deluxe and switched the crap Shimano stuff to all X9 2x10, including the front deraillier. It works like a charm, but I only shift to the 26T occasionally, most of the time staying in the 39T ring. I use a SRAM TT500 on Paul Thumbie set up, so friction shifting is flawless. I don't know if this will help you or not.

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    Do you have room to move the front deraillier down further? I am thinking it will work with a 34"big" ring better than the stock XT triple.

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    With the direct mount deraillier, I don't think you can move it down. I bought the correct SRAM 2x10 deraillier for my crank (26/39).

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